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Maryland Art Place Internships

Internship Responsibilities

MAP offers internships for upper-level college students, graduate students, and recent graduates. Fall, Spring, and Summer Internships are available.

MAP hours: 11 am-4 pm, Tuesday-Saturday.

Interns are responsible for assisting MAP in a variety of ways, ranging from programming to administration, with opportunities for special projects depending on skills and professional interests. Intern duties include: performing research; assisting with gallery preparation and installation; photo/video documentation, coordinating events, gallery sitting, social media, and community outreach.


  • Spring: January 31 (Internship begins in February and runs through May)
  • Summer: May 1 (Internship begins in June and runs  through September)
  • Fall: August 30 (Internship begins in mid-September runs through January)

NOTE: MAP internships are unpaid and do not include parking. Academic credit available.

Skill Set Required

Required: High interest. Positive attitude. Professional demeanor. Reliability.

Preferred: Familiarity with Mac and PC platforms; Microsoft Office; Photoshop;  social media.

Internship Location

Baltimore, MD


Semester: Spring (Feb - May), Summer (Jun - Aug), Fall (Sep - Dec)
Year: 2023
Hours per week: Negotiable
Workdays: Flexible
Pay: No

Application Requirements

Required Documentation: Resume, Cover Letter
Application Instructions Interested applicants should email a cover letter briefly outlining their interest in the position and their educational and professional goals, along with a résumé to Caitlin Gill:


218 West Saratoga Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

About Maryland Art Place

Maryland Art Place (MAP) inspires, supports, and encourages artistic expression through innovative programming, exhibitions, and educational opportunities while recognizing the powerful impact art can have on our community. MAP creates a dynamic environment for artists of our time to engage the public by nurturing and promoting new ideas. MAP has served as a critical resource for contemporary art in the Mid-Atlantic since 1981.